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I have'nt had this problem until just lately, if I change dvd's when I put it back in it tells me some error problem and they will not play in a computer how do I finalize?

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Hi,

Follow the procedure given below:

Take out the battery and the AC cord.
Turn the camera on (tape, memory, edit settings) for 15 seconds.
Turn the camera to off setting.
Plug battery or AC cord back in.

It will work.

If you still face the problem then hold the camcorder firmly with one hand and hit the bottom of the camcorder hardly. This will kick the mechanism inside camcorder will accept the dvd.

Hope this helps.

Shane

Posted on Feb 26, 2011

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